Do you not have the time, the eyesight, the skills or the patience to build?

Modelling is my hobby, but I do take on commission work from time to time. In some cases I can guarantee the work – see below.

Services Available

  • Kit Building – commercially available kits built to customer specification
  • “Code-3” Conversions – taking an existing model and converting to a different specification or vehicle
  • Bespoke Custom Work – anything from adding a few tobacco decals to full custom builds


There are too many variables to provide a price list. Factors that affect this include whether you own the base kit or model, or do I need to source it? Does the finished model need to be mounted on a display plinth? Is it to be a standard out-of-box built, or extra detail added – and what level of detail? Is there suitable reference material available? Are there suitable after-market components & materials available? This will all be discussed to determine a final contract price.

Payment is 30% deposit, balance prior to delivery. You will be supplied with photo updates as the work progresses.

If you’re serious about getting some work done, please make contact.

The Guarantee

If you’re wanting a model that I’ve already built or customised, this workmanship guarantee automatically kicks in.

It works like this:

If you’re not happy with the model I build or customise for you, I will keep it and you take the one from my personal collection.

Models from my personal collection are the ones used in the photographs on this site (unless otherwise stated). This means yours will be equal quality to those (or possibly better!). If not, you own the photo model instead.

Of course, if I’m building or customising a model for you that I don’t already have in my personal collection, the guarantee is not offered and you inherit the risk (but the aim is to still provide you with a model that meets expectation!).

Build Guarantee Example – if you want a Tamiya Honda RA272 built, yours will be at least to the quality of mine, pictured above. If it’s not, you take the one in this photo.